Local Foodie Tour in Trastevere with Wine and Dinner

A Delicious Exploration of Roman Cuisine

Led by a local food expert, experience Rome's local foodie districts; Trastevere and Campo de’ Fiori. This tour includes wine, pizza, gelato, and pasta.


We will walk between the restaurants, so make sure you wear comfortable shoes.

3 h
max 12
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City Tours
Food & Wine
Do you want to experience the best food tour in Rome? If you love food as much as you love the Vatican Museums, then this is one of the best Rome tours for you. Embark on a food tour in Trastevere that offers an excellent introduction to one of the best food districts in Rome. Exploring the many sites of the Eternal City is an excellent way to work up an appetite; why not end your day of sightseeing with an authentic food tour? Led by a local foodie guide, visit some of our favorite restaurants and trattorias in Rome. This 3-hour food tour features:

  • - An English-speaking food-loving guide
  • - Maximum of 12 people per group
  • - 4 carefully selected stops with multiple tastings including wine
  • - Sit-down dinner at a local Roman restaurant

Roman Bakery and Pizza

At this stop, you’ll learn about the history of bakeries, or forni, in Rome. Get acquainted with a major part of the Roman culinary tradition by ordering a hot square of pizza bianca at the start of the food tour. In Rome, people line up for these olive oil flatbreads stuffed with prosciutto and parmesan. As opposed to red pizza served by the slice (al taglio), pizza bianca is not what is commonly associated with pizza. After you've tasted pizza bianca, you'll understand that pizza does not need to have sauce or cheese to be delicious. Pizza bianca is a chewy piece of culinary heaven. 

Roman Street Food

While a sit-down meal of creamy carbonara pasta accompanied by multiple glasses of Sangiovese wine is commonly associated with Italian fare, street food is also essential to the Roman palette. Quick and casual street food makes up some of the most delicious cuisine in Rome. From deconstructed sandwiches at Trapizzino to traditionally-fried filetto di baccala at Dar Filettaro’s near the Campo de' Fiori district, Roman street food is hard to beat. In the spirit of experiencing Roman street food, this tour will take you to one of our favorite local spots. 

An Authentic Roman Restaurant

An evening food tour in Rome isn’t complete without a multi-course Roman dinner. Sit down and relax in a friendly local trattoria and sample an antipasto starter, plates of two popular types of Roman pasta, a traditional meat dish and wine. No Italian dinner is complete without a digestivo to wash down your Italian meal. Enjoy a serving of Limoncello at the end of your meal and feel like a true paesano. This dinner stop is your opportunity to rest your feet, enjoy your dinner and learn more about the Eternal City’s culinary heritage. 

The Best Organic Gelato in Trastevere

No Rome food tour is complete without gelato. Regardless of the season, if you've been to Italy, you'll know how important it is to end the evening meal with gelato. It's a staple food for Italians (and most certainly a staple for The Roman Guy team). Learn how to differentiate good quality gelato from ones with additives while trying some new flavors. From caffè to fragola to pistacchio, there's a gelato flavor for everyone. Did we mention that it’s organic too?
There is enough food to satisfy even the largest appetites on this tour. If you have food allergies or dietary restrictions, please let us know so we can do our best to accommodate them. Please email us immediately after you book and we will make notes for your food tour guide. If you'd like to be certain before booking your tour or have any questions, email us at [email protected].